Films: Daigoro Vs. Goliath (1972)
Alias: The Great Stellar Monster (Goliath)
Type: Ancient (Daigoro), Alien (Goliath)
Location: Civilized area
Height/Weight: That of medium-sized buildings.
Affiliation: Goood (Daigoro), Neutral (Goliath)
Summary: As if "Godzilla's Revenge" didn't hammer home just how dumb kaiju flicks geared towards kids could be, we have this...okay, to be honest, it's a fairly safe film, and its kaiju aren't the worst things ever. Though we're wondering just who in their right minds decided that we needed a film dedicated to a creature with the mind and mannerisms of MINYA!
History: One day, baby Daigoro and his wrathful mother were roused from their million-year rest, and the latter was forced to be put down. Daigoro was soon raised by humans, but his increasing size was becoming a problem. All of that quickly changed when a meteor crashed into the ocean, releasing Goliath, a destructive beast out for blood. Now it's up to Daigoro to save the day. We're doomed.
Notable Kills: None seen, at least.
Final Fate: Daigoro manages to breath fire finally, instantly defeating Goliath, who's sent back to space via rocket. Daigoro goes back to being the lovable putz he is.
Powers/Abilities: Daigoro can breath fire with enough concentration. Goliath can use his horn to blow random things up with electricity.
Weakness: Each other.
Scariness Factor: 2.5- As many point out in the film, Daigoro isn't intimidating in the slightest. But to be fair, neither is the equally sluggish Goliath, who's only a step above due to his powers.
Trivia: -Rumor has it that the two monsters' suits were going to be used for an unmade Toho film, "Godzilla vs. Redmoon".
-The title and the conflict in the film is most likely meant to reference the story of David and Goliath, in which a meek-looking figure manages to defeat a similarly named brute with one blow.